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They were married August 4th, 1944 and soon started their family on the Smith Ranch in Brewster, Nebraska.
In 1955 they moved to Kennebec, SD to make their new home on the Medicine Creek Ranch on the Lower Brule Indian Reservation.
He is survived by a sister, Beverly Mc Peak, of Valentine, Nebraska; a brother, Barry Smith of California; children: Janice Jennings of Laramie, Kelly Smith of Laramie, Grady (Suzie) Smith of Laramie, Troy (Twila) Smith of Torrington, Tammy Smith of Laramie, and Tina (Jon) Ball of Corvallis, Oregon; a magnitude of grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren. Houser, 83, of Oacoma, SD will be on Monday, May 28, 2018 at pm at the Oacoma Community Center (OCC) in Oacoma. She was active in her community as a Cub Scout Leader and volunteered on the Oacoma Centennial Committee. But most of all she enjoyed being a homemaker; she enjoyed sewing, crocheting, gardening, canning and cooking/baking.
Burial of ashes will be at the Graceland Cemetery in Oacoma; with luncheon to follow at OCC. Houser was born on January 22, 1935 to Raymond and Aileen (Lester) Hickey in Lyman, SD. She and Lorne both loved to play cards with friends and they would take turns hosting card parties.
Billie has previously admitted that although drugs ‘never became a problem’ for her, she did experiment during her pop career in the late 1990s.
‘I was so green and that’s what saved me – otherwise I may have got into it more because everyone else was and it seemed like fun,’ she told the Radio Times in 2006.
Visitation was one hour prior to the funeral service. Early in his career Ron worked for Lyman County Highway Department, Kennebec City Maintenance, and then he became manager of Kennebec Co-op Lumber and Hardware.
Ronald Lewie Moore, son of Lewie and Leola (Paige) Moore, was born December 18, 1934, at Kennebec and was raised on a farm two miles northwest of Kennebec. The family then owned and operated Moore’s Truck Stop from June 1984 until November 1992 when it was sold.
In 2015, Laddie was inducted into the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame, an honor that he was very proud of.
He and Lilas were married for 71 years when she passed away June 16th, 2015.
Laddie is preceded in death by his parents, Guy and Lottie Smith, wife Lilas, daughter Vickie King, and great grandson Gary Puls. From this union four children were born: Dan, Greg, Susan and Mike.
Services will be held at the Cliff and Martha Hansen Arena in Laramie, Wyoming at 10 a.m., May 29th with Rev. He loved growing up in the Sandhills and reminiscing about his cowboyin’ days on the ranches there.
During high school he met the love of his life, Lilas Marie Turner.
He started with four horses and ended the final leg with two.